Sunday, April 21, 2024
Tags Mobile Wallets

Tag: Mobile Wallets

Mobile wallets (still) not attractive to consumers, merchants

Users still aren’t exactly flocking to mobile wallets, and that’s probably because merchants aren’t that thrilled about them either. Read more:

Mobile wallet spend to hit $1.35 trillion this year

Global spend via mobile wallets is expected to rise by nearly 32% this year to $1.35 trillion, a new study from Juniper Research has found. Read more:

FinTech startup Curve brings mobile wallet to Android

London FinTech startup Curve has finally brought its wares to Android. The mobile wallet lets you sync your debit and credit cards into a single app and to the accompanying Curve card powered by MasterCard. Read more:

Will mobile wallets ever be wallet of choice?

While mobile wallets can be a quick and convenient option the adoption of mobile wallets continues to fall short of what was originally expected. Read more:

Flipkart launches digital wallet PhonePe

India’s biggest e-commerce company, Flipkart is finally launching its own digital wallet PhonePe. Read more:

AliPay and WeChat granted Hong Kong wallet licenses

Two of China’s biggest mobile payments players AliPay and WeChat, have won approval to operate digital wallets in Hong Kong. It’s seen as a major step towards international expansion.

Alipay preparing to enter Europe

Alipay, the online and mobile payments service operated by Alibaba subsidiary Ant Financial, is expanding into Europe.